This fall, PMA curators invite colleagues from the field of art history to study works in the PMA collection and to discuss key issues of 20th century art. This includes a members-only coffee and culture talk.
This weekend, PMA Movies presents a trio of films that takes you around the world to explore concepts of creativity, expression, and activism. Together, these three films paint a global portrait of the lengths humans will go to create art and find meaning in the world.
The Maine paintings of Richard Estes seem to exist outside of time. The landscapes he chose to paint remain more or less the same to this day; they could recall in viewers a vacation from 40 years ago or a day hike from last week. Even his Maine pictures with human subjects have a timeless feel.